The official schedules of Metro-North Railroad are posted by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Serving more than 15.1 million people in southeast New York and southwest Connecticut, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is the largest transportation network in North America as of March 2015.
Metro-North Railroad is the second biggest commuter railroad in the United States. Its major lines are the Hudson, New Haven and Harlem, which run from Grand Central Terminal through suburban New York and Connecticut. As of late 2013, Metro-North Railroad operates 1,191 rail cars and 122 rail stations, with an average of 285,366 passengers using the Metro-North Railroad on weekdays.